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In this paper, we introduce a novel stylus capable of displaying two haptic effects to the user. The first effect is a tactile flow effect up and down along the pen, and the other is a rotation effect about the long axis of the pen. The flow effect is based on the haptic illusion of " apparent tactile motion " , while the rotation effect comes from the(More)
With the emergence of pen-enabled tablets and mobile devices, stylus-based interaction has been receiving increasing attention. Unfortunately, styluses available on the market today are all passive instruments that are primarily used for writing and pointing. The article describes a novel stylus, HaptiStylus, which is capable of conveying certain(More)
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